Lindfield, NSW is a suburb in Chatswood, NSW that offers many parks to explore. These parks include:
This park features a large grassy area, playgrounds for children and plenty of space to run around.
This park has a small play area, BBQ facilities as well as tables and chairs available in the shaded areas nearby. This is also home to The Lindfield Lions Club Inc which provides fund-raising events such as car washes throughout the year that support local charities with funds raised going towards cancer research. It’s also worth noting that there are tennis courts situated within this park too!
Located at 140 Meadowbank Street, this reserve offers picnic areas and barbecues (though bring your own gas!), walking trails with benches along them where you can sit down or have lunch on a nice day, and a small playground for children too.
This is the largest park in Lindfield boasting beautiful views of Sydney Harbour as well as bush walks that can make you feel like you’re miles from the hustle and bustle of city life! It’s also worth noting this park has plenty to keep both adults and kids entertained so don’t just dismiss it because your little one isn’t old enough yet; there are swings, play equipment for toddlers, sports fields with facilities including change rooms (for when people forget anything!), BBQ areas and picnic tables. There’s even an open air theatre where plays are performed every year during summer!
The Lindfield Soldiers Memorial Park
This park features a beautiful, manicured garden that houses up to 120 individual memorial plaques for individuals who served our country in World War I or II (or both). It also has many benches where people can sit down and have lunch or take time out from their day if they need to think about something else other than work!
Eastern Road Nature Reserve
This is a beautiful picturesque reserve that offers walking trails and picnic areas. It’s a great place to visit for the more outdoorsy types who like bird watching or just want to enjoy some peace and quiet away from home. It features a boardwalk which leads to a small waterfall and is also home to plenty of native Australian flora and fauna.
This park is located at 440 Eastern Avenue and has a small play area for children. It also features colourful, informative signs along the walking trails which lead through bushland to explore (please note that these are quite steep so be careful if you have prams or toddlers!).